Research on Modeling Method of Runway Frictional Coefficient Measuring Vehicle Based on Impedance Diagrams
Airport runway friction coefficient is an important parameter to evaluate the quality of runway which is usually measured by runway friction coefficient measuring vehicle. In order to reduce the airport runway friction coefficient measuring error which comes from runway vibration caused by road roughness and vehicle its own structural characteristics, an impedance diagram is used to model the suspending system and measuring system of the measuring vehicle. The power spectral density of pavement and inverse discrete Fourier transformation are introduced to model runway surface roughness as excitation input. The rationality of the stimulating established model is validated by comparing with an airport runway surface roughness measurement data. Runway friction coefficient measuring vehicle′s measuring error can be reduced and the measurement accuracy can be improved by using the impedance diagram modeling method.
X. D. Shi et al., "Research on Modeling Method of Runway Frictional Coefficient Measuring Vehicle Based on Impedance Diagrams", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 214, pp. 133-137, 2011